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How To Engage Your Students Through Mobile Apps

Paul Swaddle, Co-founder and Chairman of Pocket App, talks immersion in the digital age, and how teachers can use tech to their advantage.

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14/09/2017
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A Guide To Successfully Adopting Technology-based Learning

Elliot Gowans, VP at D2L, argues that technology has compelling benefits to offer education but adopting it can present some challenges.

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14/09/2017
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Over 80% Of London Key Stage 2 Pupils Lack Knowledge To Search For Information Safely Online

According to a new report from the London Grid for Learning’s online safeguarding team LGfL DigiSafe, based on data from online safety diagnostic tool CyberPass, over 80% of London’ KS2 children lack the specific knowledge to search for information safely online, though 74% have a good overall understanding of online safety.

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14/09/2017
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Fears Of Tech Addiction In Children Living Digital Childhood

The Internet is now more popular than TV and 25% of toddlers have their own media device, according to new research by Tech and Play. According to the survey, 25% of under threes have their own media device, such as a tablet or games console, and 37% of three to five year olds. Older children, between five and 15 years old, are most likely to have the most access to electronic devices.

Date:
14/09/2017
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Remixing The Textbook

We’re all familiar with textbook learning, and much has been said about the role that the venerable textbook plays in the best performing countries such as Singapore and South Korea. But in the age of instant software updates and the rapid transfer of information online, can textbooks still be king or are they becoming as obsolete as many think? Gary Bryant, from ITSI, examines the traditional textbook, the resources and methods being used to replace it.

Date:
10/09/2017
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Mimesys Connect – A Fascinating Experiment In Vr Collaboration

Mimesys Connect is offering a fascinating experiment in VR collaboration through Apple’s ARKit. It’s access to VR without the need for a VR headset. Just using your iPhone or iPad, you can step into a collaborative virtual environment.

Date:
14/09/2017
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What Does Virtual Reality Mean For Education?

Virtual Reality, it seems to be everywhere, but what does it mean for education? How can educators make sure that it is a good investment to enhance learning? Or is it just an over-hyped, gimmick that becomes an expensive piece of plastic that sits in the back of the classroom getting dusty? Here, Becky Sage, CEO of Nano Simbox discusses the implications of VR in Education.

Date:
16/11/2017
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